The title published by this laughably insignificant member of the SSM tells you all you need to know about the SSM's penchant for the Death Cult agenda:
Canada Has Death Panels
And that’s a good thing.
And the words of the article's second paragraph, and the last words of its third demonstrates how much like Pravda they are.
In other words: Canada has death panels.Go read the rest to see why they concluded that "Canada has death panels."
I use that term advisedly. Former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin made it famous in the summer of 2009, when Congress was fighting over whether to pass Obamacare. As Republicans and Democrats continue to spar over health care, we should pause to wonder why millions of Canadians have come to accept the functional equivalent of an idea that almost sank health care reform even though, in this country, it was imaginary.
What I feel it is most important to highlight is that even after senior Democrat Party officials have admitted that Obamacare has death panels, and slate admits that it likes them, Slate has the brazenness to flat out lie, continuing the official SSM narrative that Obamacare death panels are imaginary.
Thus MSM is SSM. QED.
Oh. And take notice of one more thing, much more important than anything pissant Slate may publish.
Once again, as the warning in my masthead reminds us daily, none of our "rulers" utters a harsh word against notions such as 'Death Panels are a good thing.' The propaganda aim is to get Americans accustomed to death panels; even to welcome them (as it says "many" Canadians now do). All the while pish-poshing that death panels are real. Craven, lying bastards are words too good to describe these cretins who are greasing the skids for a wholly new-to-America death-on-demand institution disguised as "healthcare."